EP19 - Mark Sutherland of the NME, Melody Maker and Smash Hits
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Mark Sutherland is a renowned journalist who was at the eye of the storms as Britpop hit the World. Hear him tell Paul and George about the importance of magazines like the NME, how open the bands and artists were as everyone drank in the same pubs plus which section in the NME was one of the most fun to edit.
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